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New life for Oceana

A 200-ROOM hotel, offices, apartments and retail stores are among the mixed-use project that the
Pan-Jam group has undertaken as part of its redevelopment plans for the former Oceana Hotel complex in downtown Kingston.

PanJam, which currently owns the Courtyard Marriott in New Kingston, said construction is ongoing and it hopes to replicate the model in the old city centre.

“The project will be done in three phases, and the first phase will be completed in a couple of months,” PanJam’s chairman and chief executive officer, Stephen Facey, told Hospitality Jamaica last Friday night during the grand opening ceremony of the Courtyard Marriott.... read more

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